Little Blessings: Words of Hope and Encouragement for Parents and Families of Terminally Ill Children
Are you experiencing feelings of shock, anger, or depression because your child or a child close to you has been diagnosed with a terminal illness? Are you having trouble making the right medical decisions? Do you feel like you just can’t do it all on your own? Are you struggling with what the future holds for your ill child? Most support networks for parents and families of terminally ill children are not able to provide first-hand knowledge into the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those caring for the child. Through their own experiences with a terminally ill child, Rick and Sheree Drabek guide you through many of the decisions you might face and encourage you to discover all of the blessings in your life.
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Rick Drabek,Rick,Sheree Drabek
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